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Each "recipe" shows you a way to detect and defend against malicious behavior and provides working code examples for the ModSecurity web application firewall module. Topics include identifying vulnerabilities, setting hacker traps, defending different access points, enforcing application flows, and much more. Find the tools, techniques, and expert information you need to detect and respond to web application attacks with Web Application Defender's Cookbook: Battling Hackers and Protecting Users.

View Instructor Companion Site. He is the ModSecurity web application firewall project lead, a SANS Institute certified instructor, and a frequent speaker at industry conferences.

Request permission to reuse content from this site. Undetected country. NO YES. Web Application Defender's Cookbook: Selected type: Added to Your Shopping Cart. Defending your web applications against hackers and attackers The top-selling book Web Application Hacker's Handbook showed how attackers and hackers identify and attack vulnerable live web applications.

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Instructor View Instructor Companion Site. Permissions Request permission to reuse content from this site. Real-time Application Profiling 7 Recipe Logging Only Relevant Transactions 52 Recipe Ignoring Requests for Static Content 53 Recipe Obscuring Sensitive Data in Logs 54 Recipe Passive Vulnerability Identification 70 Recipe Active Vulnerability Identification 79 Recipe Manual Scan Result Conversion 88 Recipe Automated Scan Result Conversion 92 Recipe Adding Honeypot Ports Recipe Adding Fake robots.

Identifying Suspicious Open Proxy Usage? Request Body Access Recipe Identifying Malformed Request Bodies Recipe Normalizing Unicode Recipe Identifying Use of Multiple Encodings Recipe Identifying Encoding Anomalies Recipe Detecting Request Method Anomalies Recipe Detecting Request Header Anomalies Recipe Detecting Additional Parameters Recipe Detecting Missing Parameters Recipe Detecting Duplicate Parameter Names Recipe We have revised the name badge to use the new color scheme, to display any mead certification earned, and to have alternative attachment options traditional clip, magnetic bar, plain card, or plain card with a lanyard.

We have increased the automation of our exam processing workflow, and now are capturing the PDFs of your original exam and the RTPs produced by the graders. These files are also available on your judge record.

We have loaded past RTPs back to into the system as well.

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Scanned exams are still being organized and will be uploaded later. We have implemented a new short form RTP for exams that have checkboxes for common problems and a free-format summary section.

This should allow graders to complete the grading faster, and make the exams easier to review. Because we now have all these materials available through our self-service portal, we will stop mailing physical copies of RTPs, judge certificates, and membership cards. Pins and color guides will still be mailed. The self-service materials will be available much faster than the physical mailings; as soon as the results are uploaded to the server, email notices will be generated to examinees, and the data will be available.

We are continuing to work on projects to improve the portal experience, to automate workflows, to reduce service times, and to refresh our materials. We are reorganizing and expanding content for our new web site, and hope to launch it later this year. May Exam Structure Document Updated The Exam Structure document has been revised now that the new exam program has fully phased in. The document describes the requirements for different ranks, and how one progresses through the exam system.

The major points are that the Apprentice rank is time-limited, and that those failing to progress to Recognized or above will be reclassified from Active status to Affiliated status. Affiliated judges have to start over in the exam program to become active, but keep their BJCP ID and past experience points.

April New Siebel Kit Pricing Structure Due to an unprecedented demand for Siebel off-flavor kits driven by both a growth in the number of exams and in the demand for kits by members, a new pricing structure for kits has been adopted as of 22 April The amount budgeted for the entire year was consumed by the end of March, so immediate action was required. Future price adjustments may be necessary depending on demand. The number of exams given has doubled since when the exam kits were introduced.

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This coincides with the rollout of a new Quarterly Written Exam that will allow multiple, geographically-dispersed sites to give written exams at the same time, and then combine them for grading purposes. The intent is to allow more written exams to be given without requiring a minimum number of examinees per site; this also frees up more slots for tasting exams on the exam calendar.

Rebel Brewer is now hosting the BJCP Pro Shop online store, offering polo shirts in sizes for men and women, as well as new short sleeve workshirts. Organizers for all previously-scheduled exams were contacted, and were given the opportunity to move their exams forward in the schedule. Those changes have been processed, which resulted in additional exam slots being available for all of Please see the current exam schedule for availability.

Because of this improvement in exam processing and the current availability of exam graders, the Exam Directors have decided to raise the limit on the number of exam sites per month from 8 to 10, starting in October We will continue to monitor exam turnaround and consider raising the limits further in the future. The Exam Directors will be contacting existing exam sites to determine if any existing exams wish to move forward in the schedule.

They will move through the schedule in an orderly manner. Once existing exams have been moved forward, any open slots will be shown on the Exam Calendar and likely noted in a web page announcement. In preparation for handling the increased exam workload, new Exam Directors and Associate Exam Directors have been named.

For the current roster of officers, please see our officers page. Steve Piatz has taken on the new role of Lead Exam Director, responsible for coordinating exam directorate policy and procedures, and handling scheduling of exams and graders.

The remaining Exam Directors are responsible for overseeing and reviewing all exams. The Exam Directors have also approved processes for requesting large tasting exam sites 20 to 48 examinees. These procedures are described in the Exam Scheduling Procedures page.

We can always use interested exam graders; to volunteer, send an email to the Exam Directors. This is the largest set of exams ever given; yet there were 11 open tasting seats. No one was turned away from the exams.

October Reminders for New Judges and Organizers With the new exam program being introduced this year, there has been an increase in questions from new judges and organizers. Following are answers to these common questions: Judges who pass the online exam are provisional judges but are not BJCP-ranked judges.

They do not get assigned Judge IDs and may not yet request retroactive points. Report points by judge name. We scan for retroactive points when new judges take the initial tasting exam, and again when the exam results are posted. Do not request retroactive points before your exam results are received. Judge record updates are posted to the web site every four to six weeks.

If you have received your exam results since the last time the web site was updated, do not ask about retroactive points. Wait for our normal processes to work. Check the main BJCP web page and look on the right side under "Check Your Record" to see when the last time the judge records were updated. If you are a judge who wants to claim retroactive points, first make sure your judge record is updated.

Then make sure the organizer's report has been submitted for that competition. Check the Database Reports section of the web site for this information. When requesting points, provide the name, date and ID number of the competition in question.

If you are an organizer who wants to change a previously-submitted organizer's report, simply email the changes to the IT Director.

You cannot edit a report that has already been submitted. Just tell us what needs to be changed. Please provide the Competition ID. For changes to judge points, provide the Judge ID, the role performed, and the number of points to be awarded. Please be sure the points have been assigned in accordance with the competition point award schedule. Following these simple procedures will allow the volunteer BJCP staff to focus their efforts on more productive work. Updated Exam Materials Several of the exam materials have been updated, including the exam study guide.

Additional Portuguese translations of exam materials have been posted as well. September Competition Registration Changes BJCP competition registration processing has been streamlined to address common requests and has been updated based on how most competitions are currently run. We now provide a complete list of all active BJCP judges sorted by country, state, and name, rather than custom lists. Sort the file appropriately and use only those judges you need, or import it into competition management software.

No label files and sign-in forms are included; you can create your own using mailmerge or competition management software. Evaluation forms can be downloaded from the competition center, if required. Finally, the free entry certificate for the AHA NHC competition is no longer included at the AHA's request; apparently very few were being used, and the competition is already over-subscribed.

With over competitions a year now being held, these changes have reduced processing time by over half from older methods. Presented by Dr. Diego Libkind of Argentina, this presentation discusses how the cold-fermenting parent of modern lager yeast was discovered. Speaker notes are included. Portuguese and Spanish Exams The online entrance exam questions are now available in Portuguese and Spanish for our fellow judges in Brazil, Argentina, and other countries, although the testing interface is only available in English or Spanish.

Program materials continue to be translated by volunteers in South America. Our deepest appreciation goes out to all who helped service points are being awarded, for those who are interested. No legacy exams will be given on or after this date. Please read the details carefully, as much has changed.

Note: the mead exam remains unchanged. BJCP exam and competition materials have been updated to reflect the new exam. Please download new copies if you are using old ones. The study guide has been updated, but the exams cover the same general topics as before. Passing this exam allows judges to sign up for the new BJCP Beer Judging Examination, a practical tasting exam with 6 exam beers judged in 90 minutes.

The score on this exam will allow a judge to be ranked as Apprentice, Recognized, or Certified. National judges and any judges who score 80 or higher on any tasting exam and have 10 judging experience points may register for the BJCP Beer Judge Written Proficiency Exam, which allows judges to advance to National and higher ranks. This new written exam will have 20 true-false questions and five essay questions that must be answered in 90 minutes.

New rules exist for current judges, so check the implementation guide carefully. Note that no current judges will have their ranks adjusted automatically, although current Apprentice judges have two years to become Recognized judges or have their judging status revoked.

Quotas on exams remain in effect until the current exam backlog is cleared. The Exam Directors will then reassess the quota system and make necessary adjustments. April New Mobile App Blackberry users: you now have a set of the style guidelines available on your device.

Check out the Style Center for more details. We are now ready to launch that program. This is the same kit provided to organizers of exam preparation classes.

Each kit can easily provide samples for people, so they are best used in large groups. To order a kit, use the our Kit Ordering web application.

Orders will be consolidated monthly and submitted to Siebel for fulfillment.Enforcing Password Complexity Recipe JavaScript Cookie Testing Recipe Detecting Page Size Deviations Recipe Authored by a highly credentialed defensive security expert, this new book details defensive security methods and can be used as courseware for training network security personnel, web server administrators, and security consultants. For changes to judge points, provide the Judge ID, the role performed, and the number of points to be awarded.

Each "recipe" shows you a way to detect and defend against malicious behavior and provides working code examples for the ModSecurity web application firewall module. Then make sure the organizer's report has been submitted for that competition.

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